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Obituary.

George Morrill '46.

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George Morrill '46 died in Roxbury on Sunday last. He was born in Dedham, but his parents soon removed to Roxbury. He graduated at Harvard, being a member of the famous class of '46. He was master of the Roxbury Latin for a number of years. Later he studied law in the office of S. N. Phillips, and for forty years had a law office on Court street. He was at the time of his death public administrator of Suffolk County. He was for years a member of the Roxbury school board, and in the sixties was editor of the Massachusetts Ploughman.

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